Where to go without a visa
Despite all the difficulties of recent years, there are still quite a few countries in the world where you do not need a visa to visit, or even for a long stay. We are looking for these countries on the map and understand the conditions.
Countries - nearest "neighbors"
If we consider the closest geographically and “mentally”, including from the point of view of the language barrier, countries, we will talk about most of the CIS countries and Georgia.
Georgia is distinguished by the most liberal conditions - you can stay here without a visa and without additional documents for 365 days in a row. Then it is enough to leave the country for at least one day - upon return, the period will be “reset to zero”.
On the territory of Belarus, Russians (as well as Belarusians on the territory of Russia) can stay up to 90 days without registration. In general, the length of stay is not limited.
The period of stay without a visa for Russians in Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan is not established. The necessary registration in Uzbekistan within 3 days after arrival can be done by the hotel, or you need to do it yourself. At the same time, you can stay in the country for a period not exceeding the end date of registration at the place of stay.
In Kyrgyzstan, if the purpose is a long stay, more than 30 days, it is necessary to register at the place of residence within 5 days after arrival.
Upon arrival in Tajikistan, registration must be done within 3 days. You can stay here only 10 days without registration.
Armenia provides the opportunity to stay in the territory for up to 180 days during the year, after which a residence permit will be required. Without registration with the relevant authorities, you can stay in the country for up to 30 days.
You do not need a visa to Azerbaijan if you plan to stay here for up to 90 days, while during the first days after arrival you must register at the place of stay.
You can stay in Kazakhstan for up to 30 days without registration, up to 90 days with temporary registration. A longer stay is possible with a residence permit or temporary registration based on an employment contract.
In order to stay in Moldova up to 90 days within 180 days, a visa is also not needed. For further stay, you need to apply for a residence permit.
Latin American countries
If you expand the geography, the Latin American region seems to be quite loyal - countries such as Argentina, Brazil, Venezuela allow you to stay on their territory for up to 90 days. Russians can also stay in Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Panama, Cuba, Bolivia and others for up to 90 days in six months.
Belarusians, according to open sources, can stay in Ecuador for up to 30 days, Panama - up to 180, Cuba - up to 30, Haiti - up to 90, with tourist purposes in Peru - up to 183, other countries are also possible.
You can leave for Mexico for 180 days by obtaining a visa by issuing an electronic permit for a single entry. In this case, you can do without a visa and permission if you are traveling for the purpose of tourism or activities that do not imply financial reward, and you have one of the documents such as a valid visa for Canada, the USA, Japan, Great Britain and Northern Ireland or a Schengen area state.
Other Eurasian countries and islands
Unlike the previous zones, there are not so many countries on the map of Eurasia where you can stay up to 90 days without a visa - these are literally Andorra, Israel, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, North Macedonia. There are also countries with a 30-day visa-free period, among which, for example, Montenegro. You can stay in Turkey for 60 consecutive days (but not more than 90 days in a total of 180 days). Albania has a seasonal visa-free regime during the tourist season. For Belarusians, the borders of the PRC are also open for 30 days without visas.
Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and others are usually available without a visa for up to 30 days.
Africa and islands
And you can go, for example, to African states. Here, in addition to Morocco and Tunisia, you can look at South Africa and others.
* The information in the article is for reference only; official websites of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, consulates, as well as open sources were used for preparation.
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